Found January 01, 2013 on
For anyone concerned about the health of NHL players who went overseas during the lockout, just consider the case of Bruins forward Tyler Seguin.
The 20-year-old is reporting that he’s “one million percent healthy” after returning from his stint with HC Biel in Switzerland, according to Joe Haggerty of Comcast SportsNet New England.
The reason Seguin’s health is even in question is because HC Biel’s general manager said over the weekend that Seguin left not just because his predetermined time with the team was done, but rather because Seguin is dealing with a hip injury that could one day mean surgery. That comment follows speculation from last year that Seguin may have a genetic predisposition to hip issues.
“I have no idea where that came from,” Seguin said of the general manager’s comments, according to Haggerty. “I told them I was leaving with no injury reason.”
Seguin, whose speed is among the best in the game, signed a six-year contract extension with the B’s in September and ...
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Bruins fans certainly miss Tyler Seguin, but they sure aren’t the only ones out there that miss the beloved young sniper.
One Swiss hockey fan has put together an incredible compilation video (described as “Tous les goal de Tyler Seguin sous le maillot du HC Bienne”) of Seguin’s dominance overseas, which can be seen below.
Seguin finished with 25 goals and 15 assists in...
Tyler Seguin was with Swiss hockey club EHC Biel for all of 30 games, but the Bruins youngster sure made the most of his time overseas. The 20-year old Seguin finished with 26 goals and 15 assists and capped off his Biel stint with a Spengler Cup championship…you know, whatever that is.
Here’s a compilation of all of his goals in Switzerland, and some are pretty damn impressive...
Here's a video of Tyler Seguin's highlights from Switzerland. In 29 games for EHC Biel Seguin scored 25 goals while tallying 15 assists, not too bad for a 20 year old. Thanks to NESN for the link.
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